The National Cotton Council is the unifying source of the U.S. raw cotton industry's seven segments: producers, ginners, warehousemen, merchants, crushers, cooperatives and textile manufacturers.

Access the Council's home page for information about the cotton industry; educational materials; news and current events; a "members only" section; and links to affiliate organizations such as Cotton Council International and the Cotton Foundation.

FiberFax is a fax-on-demand system that allows you to receive cotton information via your fax machine 24 hours a day. In order to receive documents from FiberFax, you must call from a fax machine. Place your call in the normal manner and when FiberFax answers, follow the voice prompts to order the catalog of available documents.

Farm broadcasters or members may access the latest cotton industry news via a toll-free radio news line number. News line recordings are updated each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Memphis Office: 901-274-9030

Washington D.C. Office: 202-745-7805

Home page: www.cotton.org

FiberFax: 901-726-1801

Radio News Line: 800-238-5342

Other Helpful Websites:

Cotton Council International: www.cottonusa.org

Cotton Incorporated: www.cottoninc.com

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